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-long conversation began... and it was a conversation about the nature of america and about whether we were going to remain what lincoln called "the last best hope of earth" or whether we were simply going to become another europe. and john muir's encounter with yosemite-- remember, he was a european. he came from this narrow scots background. he was not an american. and he encountered yosemite and he imagined what america could be. and for a century, we've fought about whether we liked his vision or not. man: i like what he said on one occasion where he essentially said, "the enemies of wildness "are invincible, and they are everywhere, "but the fight must go on... "and for every acre that you gain, "10,000 trees and flowers and all the other forest people "and the usual unborn generations "will rise up and call you blessed." coyote: 4 years after muir's death work on the dam he had opposed with all his strength began, and the hetch hetchy valley, whose tranquil meadows he had compared to a landscape garden and a mountain temple would slowly be entombed under hundreds of feet o
>>> making news in america this morning -- >> oprah's announcement. the media mogul's big decision about her future. sending shock waves through the tv business and millions of fans. >>> traffic tieups. the glitch that grounded planes from coast-to-coast. can it happen again? >>> and cancer confusion. changes for the way women are screened for the disease. >> it's november 20th, 2009. >>> good morning. and thanks for being with us on this friday. daytime tv viewers will soon have to get used to anfteron without oprah winfrey. the media icon will announce today that her daily talk show will end. >> it is watched by an estimated 42 million americans a week. and by people in 145 countries around t world. john hendren has details on today's announcement and what could be next. >> reporter: oprah era is nearly over. on friday's show, the queen of daytime television will announce the oprah winfrey show will end at the close of its 25th season, in september 2011. the syndicated talk show has made history, billions of dollars and huge ratings. with audience giveaways. >> you get a car. you
to protect their children. they have the hardest job and most respected job in america. right now, many mothers are concerned about what the future holds for their kids. moms are saying now, wait a minute, i don't understand exactly what happened to our country, but i can see where we're headed here. what's happening to our schools? how do our children survive in all of this? here is a look back at a special show featuring the 9/12 moms. it was amazing, history lessons are not being taught to our children. that is the theme of the first one. it was basically that our kids, they don't even know what america is anymore. they don't even know the history. you want to start there? >> well, i would like to say about that is we need to know history. i wrote the article, why i am no longer an african-american, because it seems like in this time in our nation, we should be together. we should be americans, but it seems like we're being so torn apart. one of the things we need to teach our children, because it was a long time ago, 40 years ago, we need to see the time that our children can walk h
bankrupting america. guest: i think that the viewer's concerns reflect the concern that is widespread in the united states about national sovereignty, about control, and i do think that those concerns clash with the need to confront the problem. if in fact we do not address this problem in international and comprehensive way, how in the world do we address it? it may well be that the listeners was not believe in global warming, in which case -- it may well be that the listener does not believe in global warming, in which case he has nothing to worry about. if you believe that the emissions from china, india, and the united states contribute to global warming, it appears there is no other way to approach that issue then some kind of international agreement and some kind of enforcement. host:ueueueueueueueueueueueueueh warming, it appears there is no other way to approach that issue then some kind of international agreement and some kind of enforcement. host: dallas, roger, good morning. caller: good morning. man-made climate change, which which we have called global warming, has not be
. this is a national security issue what is gue best for the united states of america. my understanding is senator jim web from virginia has come out and said this isn't a good idea. none the less i do agree. it's important to put politics aside and focus on what is best for the national security of our country. >> you say you don't believe of the three alternatives you cite either no trial or detention military commission or trial in the civil federal courts in the united states why is this inappropriate when so many people suggest isn't this exactly where it should be held the mayor of the city michael bloomberg who i guess is technically a republican his police commissioner ray kelly tough as nails ex-marine they both say it is appropriate to have it here. the city can handle it and why not? >> i agree the city can probably handle it better than any other city in the world quite frankly. but as to whether or not this is the appropriate place, i think you have to look at a number of factors. for example the level of security that will be required to have this kinds of trial in the middle of new york
just out in paper back guilty liberal victims and their assault on america. great stuff on sarah palin i will be referencing later. -- the partisan divide how this is automatically reflex democrats against republicans. isn't it an issue where politicians staked out their turf with little regard for the facts? >> i am glad you asked me that. there were things like that where democrats worried about poor security. some democrats on our side this argument we are at war. the democrats want to treater wrists like they are defendants and saying no it's a war. it's an argument when the cases were going to the supreme court. even when he was captured on american soil no it should be a military tribunal. >> have they moved into any suburban neighborhoods opened up shops in any malls? have they raped or murdered anybody? >> the main problem isn't security. >> the main problem is in the head. >> the main problem is not security as you seem to think. although your arguments we can handle it, we can hand tell. new york city handled 9-11 honorably and heroically. it's not that you want another 9-11
. a message to america's daughters, tell us what your message is to the next generation about leadership in this age of reform. >> i appreciate you asking that question. when i was here in 2005, i had not thought about writing any books, but i did tell young people that each of you can make an individual contribution, and how necessary that contribution is. constant reinvigoration of our society by people taking responsibility for the future. in my book, i address that message to young women, because i believe that nothing has been more wholesome for the political process and the governmental process than the increased participation of women. i use the word wholesome even before i hear david saying i think more women in congress were important to passing health care legislation. i am sure that that is the case. as i broke -- as i go across the country, and with the book, you need all kinds of different people, those interested in public affairs, those interested in your personal story. young women give me so much hope, and their fathers do, and the confidence they have in their daughters
. you can follow all the action here from america's election headquarters on our website at you go to the hospital, right? the doctor gives the region gives you the anesthetic. surgery begins. lots of times, everything goes perfectly. sometimes, the doctors make a mistake and you wake up going, you are kidding me. since 2007, it happened five times at one hospital alone. >> this is a serious concern. shepard: doctors performing surgery on the wrong body part. now, drastic actions prevented from happening here again. what about other hospitals? what you need to know before you go under the knife. ú#÷@ç still tired of morning coming in the middle of the night? rooster crow. still tired the next day too? when you have trouble falling asleep or staying asleep, remember 2-layer ambien cr. the first layer helps you fall asleep quickly. and unlike other sleep aids, a second helps you stay asleep. when taking ambien cr, don't drive or operate machinery. sleepwalking, and eating or driving while not fully awake with memory loss for the event as well as abnormal behav
lover says yes, and he will show us how. >>> good morning, america. >> good morning. it is sunday, november 1st. and if you're here, weope you remembered to set your clock back last night. an extra hour of sleep. >> that's right. oh, so delicious for those of us on dawn patrol. i hope you had a happy, safe, candy abundant halloween out there. you know what house has the good stuff, that 1600 pennsylvania avenue although the first lady might try to slip you some veggies from her garden. we'll tell you how that went. >> she was dressed as cat woman apparently. we'll bring you that later. >>> we're launching a new series this morning, all of us, bill, ron, marysol and we'll go out on a "weekend adventure." ron is up first. the intrepid mr. claiborne with cave diving. >> in a natural -- >> wow. >> look at that. >> it's amazing. >> underground and not for the claustrophobic. i might say. >> i'm claustrophobic, but i did it. >> also coming up this morning, benedict arnold, judas iscariot, brett favre. we will talk about the quarterback of sort of the father of all turncoats who returns
, they come from all across america, far from home now, 130,000 men and americans -- men and women serving in iraq. coming up, a look of the bravest. the soldiers will tell you their story in three minutes. one airline is in the middle of damage control. one man in the cockpit was told that he was too high a fly. trace: afghanistan has been getting most of america's attention lately as the president decides on sending reinforcements. there are still 130,000 american men and women serving in iraq. as of yesterday 4362 united states troops have been killed in operation iraqi freedom. 16,000 single mothers were serving in iraq and afghanistan at the end of 2006. the average age of u.s. troops in iraq is 26. accordingly that was also the average age for u.s. casualties. molly is live at a u.s. military base in eastern baghdad. >> i am not far from soder city, this is one of the few places you will still find american troops inside of the city after the 30th. they are still getting used to their new advisory non-combat role. >> today's mission for charlie company is providing protection for a c
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. afghanistan is separate. america has more in common with india. the need to try to negotiate so they can bring an end to the hostilities. pakistan has the from cards to the solution in that place. until it comes to the table i believe we will have a problem. host: thank you for the call again. stories in the paper this morning, from "the new york times" this says that abdullah was planning to quit the race and this morning it is true. i walk, what does this mean to the president's physician about -- state of iowa, what does this mean on the president's decision to send more troops? caller: he should send more. there is a lot of violence and chaos over there. there was a lot of disruption, the president's brother selling drugs, there is no way for that guy to like women -- to like win an election. host: baltimore, republican line. your reaction to the news from overnight? actually it is floyd in south fork, north carolina. caller: i do not think that any of the president's that we have ever had has ever wanted to dad for the country. they have all wanted to do something good. we need to give th
and the horse and buggies early in the morning. >> i got out and saw america too. >> what did you see? >> i walked from the upper west side to the upper east side. kind of crazy over there. >> did you? i didn't even get that far. >> took kate ice skating. it was a lot of fun. i saw all sides of america. >> i'm sure you did. it is good to be back. >> have you ever been over to the east side? >> no. what's it like? >> it's a strange land. >> it is. >> it's a strange, strange land. >> we have an interesting panel this morning. willie is here. chrystia is back there pimping. >> and also stephen a. smith in philadelphia is with us. we're going to be talking about this tiger story. i have to say, willie, leave him alone. he has all these endorsements. it's important. there's nothing on the sleeve of golf balls that says, if you buy these golf balls, you get to figure out what's going on with tiger's life. >> the story is a bit suspicious. he's the most marketable athlete in the world. what does that mean for him? think about kobe bryant. he allegedly did something worse than this. >> he was frame
future of the new program and of nasa's mission itself is in serious question. >> it is time for america to take the next accepts. >> reporter: when president bush proposed america's return to the moon, nasa designed the constellation program to get us will by 2015. the huge ares rockets are a throw back to the days of apollo and engineered to be much safer than the shuttle, which is slated to be retired next year. but the money needed was never appropriated, and the constellation budget has actually been cut by $15 billion in the past four years. whatever the budget, the commission says constellation won't be ready until at least 2017, seven years after the shuttle retireses. and that means to get to the international space station, mostly funded by u.s. taxpayers, america will have to pay russia $50 million a seat to hitch rides on soyuz spacecrafts. for many, it's a troubling reality check. the nation that celebrated the courage of john glenn and alan shepard and then and youed the world with its one small step may be in danger of seating it supremacy in space. >> are we into to go pr
. we're america. and our embassy doesn't get overrun and our people don't get taken hostage. >> i remember that everyone at that time wore yellow rib brokens in honor of those hostages. >> and every night they would say it's day five, day six, day seven, et cetera, of the hostage situation in iran. what started out at a hostage crisis game the defining failure of the cartered a mip vags ♪ i will survive >> so do i dare ask how old were you? >> sure. 19. >> coming of age. >> college sophomore. >> seven. >> it's gone down every time we've asked. >> no, i was -- >> you don't have to say. >> to, i don't mind saying. i was 14. my first year in high school. draw matt tick year. >> i was 13. i had just graduated high school. >> and you, sir? >> i'll have to do the math. it's too hard for me. i was six years out of college. and embarking on the early stages of a television career. >> you you had a lot of news that year. >> man, was there ever. >>> well, up next, from soda pop to pamper, we'll look at commercials from some of 1979 east hottest products when we come back. pace yourself. b
of the and coburn-- manderville takes part in a gentleman's agreement. in early america under the culture deference reappears because of business logic or you have these cartels and they have elaborate cartels were they had commissions and they would hire a commissioner and fire people from individual will roads were undercutting prices and at the same time, curiously vanderbilt himself by the end of this light is rising in social stature, so he has, he has taken on a business that this sort of inclined towards gentlemanly and agreements because of the nature of the business but he himself is becoming more and more gentlemanly himself. toward the end of this life is personality, his demeanor was much more refined than it was when he was a young steve vote camp said. it is a personal business parallel and then jay gould end jim this, rung, brash young upstarts and they are doing things like telling about secret deals to the press. they are deliberately trying to insult and demean the commodore one thing and he becomes sort of a obsessed with them, even though they are railroad, the erie was never in
. a call for everyone all over america to get involved in their communities. >> and we're doing that here at john mcdonough high school, a school locate in the seventh ward of new orleans. for than four years later, this school is still reeling from hurricane katrina, including a desperate need for funds to fix the roof in the auditorium, where things are so bad the school can't even hold assemblies there on days it rains because of leaks. >> despite the obstacles, we can tell you this is a great school with great kids. this past summer, over 90% of the senior class graduated, a huge success for the school. i was talking to julie reed before hand, and she talked about there are ways that katrina actually brought hope to this city. we're going to talk about those ways, very positive development. >> certainly some great stories out of that as well. all morning long, you'll see volunteers from great roots, like volunteers painting a mural, something the kids here specifically asked for. and they did that because it shows that someone cares enough to take the time to do it. >> we're going to
feinstein says the system is in need for an overhaul. >> america's in serious problems with respect to health care. we virtually every other developed country has a better system than we do. ours is costly in places it's ineffective, deeply troubled, and the time has come to really see that people who have no insurance can get insurance. >> well, the senate's top republican says democrats are taking an arrogant approach to hx health care reform. democrats are ignoring the will of the people. >> on a scale of one to ten, likelihood the senate will pass a health care legislation this year and congress will send the president a bill before the state of the un you address next year? >> we don't often ignore the wishes of the american people. they are screaming, many, telling us, please don't pass this, don't pass this bill. if the majority is hellbent on ignoring wishes of the american people, they have 60 votes in the senate. you would think that they might be able to do this, but i believe there are a number of democratic senators who do care what the american people think and are not
're in a fiery crash, hope you're driving one be these. the safest cars in america. is yours on the list? first, the attorney general eric holder headed to capitol hill today to explain why he chose to put khalid shaikh mohammed and four other suspects from the attacks of 9/11 on trial here in new york, in a civilian courthouse just a few blocks from ground zero. critics say that's insensive and makes new york more of a target. the attorney general argues that prosecutors in new york have the best chance of convicting the men. ease tried to explain the matter to the senate judiciary committee, things got explosive. >> how could you be more likely to get a conviction in federal court when khalid shaikh mohammed already asked to plead guilty before a military tribunal and be executed? >> the decision is not based on the whims and desires of khalid shaikh mohammed. he will not select the prosecution venue. i will select it and i have. we know that we can prosecute terrorists in our federal courts safely and security -- securely because we have been doing so for years. there are more than 300 convi
of america, i hope the president, after delaying this long, comes up with an exit strategy. that would make it worthwhile. we've been there eight years, no exit strategy put forward by the bush administration. none. in fact, a lot of us are now asking -- a lot of people in the foreign policy community are asking, why are we even there? what are we trying to achieve? we're trying to beat the taliban, al qaeda, trying to set up a stable government? we haven't answered the basic questions in eight years. >> and i hope he really, really focuses on explaining that. savannah is reporting there may be a prime time speech involved here. >> good. >> i think that's important. this president hasn't exposed himself enough. >> stop it. i think this is important because it really, really, really affects the future of our country. >> three reallies put in there about the future of our country, it must be important. what else is going on? >>> meantime tonight president obama hosts his first dinner at the white house. names on the guest list, deepak chopra, oprah winfrey, ari emanuel, steven spielberg, jeff
' day and we thank all of you out there who have served your country. america is the strongest nation on earth largely because of you. military and the fort hood massacre that the subject of talking points memo, 81% have a favorable view of the military, just 9% unfavorable. now i'm guessing, some of that 9% in the media. now, there is a military controversy over the hasan. the major was e-mailing an al-qaeda recruit they are yemen. they passed information on to the army, they said that's not true. only a congressional investigation will get to the bottom of this. there is no question, no question that hasan is a terrorist, a man who murdered 13 innocent people because of jihad. massacre at fort hood is not a crime, into the tragedy, not the action of a man snapping. it is an act of war perpetrated by a muslim terrorist that believes infidels should die. we know americans have troubling with that definition. they don't want to be seen demonizing islam. not all germans in world war ii were evil. folks know all muslims aren't terrorists. okay? so we should stop the nonsense. it is impor
thousands of jobs in congressional districts that do not exist in america. or puerto rico. i'm bill hemmer, welcome here to america's newsroom. nice to have you back with us today, ali. alisyn: thanks so much, bill. i'm alisyn camerota in for megyn kelly. how bad is this mess? let's look at it. in the state of arizona, for example the web site is reporting jobs in the 9th, 11th, 18th, 25th, 29th, i have got more 36th, 3rd, 57th and 7 th congressional districts. there is one problem. take a look at this be pro. arizona only has eight districts. so there could not have been any jobs saved in the 12 other districts they list. bill: you gave a good shot at it, didn't you? alisyn: um-huh. steve. bill: what is going on here, stu. >> tip of the iceberg. absolutely tip of the iceberg. you think this is restricted to arizona? wrong. take a look at this map, please. the government is claiming jobs created in nine oklahoma congressional districts. problem, there is only five. jobs in eight districts of iowa. big problem, there is only five. jobs in eight districts in connecticut. again,
of america, these negottions will not yield the kind of the nd of results that we are looking r. true, weould have hoped at the unitedtates of america wod have been more ambitious than whait has indicated. >>eporter: india is also one of the wod's largest producers of greenhouse gas issions, but is a relative newcor to an industrialized onomy. saran sa the country has concerns that a climate agreemencould stifle economic develoent. >> for us, climat change is not just a sepate issue, it is intermixed with our developmental, yoknow, issues itself. so how we balance,ou know, the problem of climate changeith the other stresses and strns that the count is going through as is process of social and economic transformaon, we wou hope that there is soe understanding of that challee that we face. >> reporter: mntime, a series of studies releed today in the british medil journal "the lacet" could give another boos to advocates of addrsing climate change. the studies fnd that cutting carbon emissions couldave millis of lives-- mosy by reducg the number of deaths from hearand lung diseases. >> climate ch
generation-- a fifth generation-- of fighter aircraft has been born. because of one word, america's air dominance for the next forty years is assured. that one word... is how. bill: tonight respond to sarah palin saying she puts her life in god's hands she wrote "-- bill: now do you think sarah palin's view of god is simplistic based on what she said to oprah winfrey and barbara walters? >> i wouldn't say that. i don't like to criticize anybody's views. we all have our own views and faith or lack of faith and ways of deciding what is moral and what our values are. i wouldn't use that word. but i do think that she talks a lot about putting herself in the hands of god and being a christian and leading a christian life. i couldn't help but to prepare her to pastor rick warren who she talks about in her book as having prayed with. his book sells more copy in english than any other book in history expect for the bibles. he ties 90% of everything he makes to the church, he and his wife do. the lead of his book is that it isn't about you. her book is a lot of payback and trying to get back at
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. it is veterans day and we thank all of you out there who have served your country. america is the strongest nation on earth, largely because of you. the military and the fort hood massacre, that is the subject of this evening's "talking points" memo. a new rasmussen poll said 81% of americans have a favorable view of the military, just 9%, just 9%, unfavorable. now, i'm guessing some of that 9% in the media. but now there's a military controversy over the nissan hasan. the information was passed along to the army and the army said that's not true. only a congressional investigate will get to the bottom of this and there should be one because there's no question, no question, that nidal malik hasan is a terrorist. a man who murdered 13 innocent people because of jihad, the muslim holly war. as "talking points" stated last night, the massacre at fort hood is not a crime, a tragedy, norlt the action of a man snapping. it is an act of war perpetrated by a muslim terrorist who believes that infidels should die. now, we all know the obama administration and many other americans have trouble with
daley is blaming the attack on america's love of guns. he said -- the mayor also dismissed the idea that the fort hood shooting will spark an anti islamist movement. in 2002, the d.c. area was terrorized for two weeks by a killing spree that left 10 people dead. the man behind it was executed last night. sniper mastermind john allen muhammad die by lethal injection as his victims' relatives watched. >> the truck left the grounds of the greensville prison, believed to be carrying the prison of john allen muhammad. >> death was pronounced at 9:11 p.m.. there were no complications. >> there are lingering questions. over about a three-week period, john allen muhammad and his young accomplice, malvo, killed 10 people john allen muhammad was executed for one of those murders, at dean myers. >> we are not collodigoing to celebrate john allen muhammad's death. at this time, it is time to pay the debt to society. >> also watching was one of his prosecutors. >> i feel some closure. i feel more peaceful. i know that the folks that have been harmed by him will be if feeling better. >> witnesses
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: rihanna told her horrific story to diane sawyer earlier tonight on abc's "2020." "good morning america" showed portion of the interview early this morning. >> listening to her voice, it was shaking at times. you knew how painful it was for her to recount this. >> reporter: the a-list couple were attending pre-grammy parties. but things took a violent turn. the two were driving in brown's rented lamborghini when rihanna says she saw a text message that a woman had sent chris brown. >> i couldn't take that he kept lying to me, he couldn't take that i wouldn't drop it. it escalated in him being violent towards me. and it was ugly. >> reporter: ugly is an understatement. police documents say that during the argument, brown punched rihanna, shoved her head against window, bit her, placed her in a headlock and told her, quote, now i'm really going to kill you. >> he had no, no soul in his eyes. just blank. he was clearly blacked out. there was no person when i looked at him. my next option was to get out of the car and walk, start walking in a gown and a bloody face. >> reporter: rihanna was
. this is where the news begins. you recognize tim gaughan and his team covering america for us. the foreign desk is covering the globe and if you sweep over to the media desk, this is where all the brand-new pictures come to us and here on the live desk you will always see the boxes in the right-hand part of the screen. watching senator harry reid's every move and who will pay for hesitate health care bill fapped he has enough to move forward. right now the unemployment vate at 10.2% meaning nearly 16 million americans who want work can't find work. but in part of the population the unemployment rate is 25%. we'll tell you where and why. and in the bottom box not only have the su molly pirates struck again, they struck the same ship again. remember the mayors k alabama and this time the pirates got quite the surprise, martha. major: martha: the u.s. attorney general eric holder testifying today before the senate judiciary committee defending his decision to try them here in new york city. identifying the stated -- that -- >> i know that we are at war with a vicious enemy who targets our soldiers
. high, thin clouds, we will be >> tonight we have football night in america here on nbc. we're taking you to indianapolis. the stadium is a dome so you don't have to worry about the weather but if you're tailgating, there will be patchy showers with temperatures 52 at the start of the game dropping into the 40s later on in the evening. and now we'll go back inside to lester. >> thank you very much. the victim of the violent chimp attack nine months ago is speaking out this weekend with a new interview. jeff rossen is here this morning. this is not an easy story to watch. this is a remarkable woman. >> very, very brave. it was a brutal attack. you'll see how severe these injuries were. the chimp mauled her out of the blue last winter and she's been in the hospital ever since. at first doctors didn't even think she would live. this morning in an exclusive any interview you'll see that charla nash is defying all odds and we should warn you, her facial injuries are so severe, the images are graphic. this violent mother now wears a veil to avoid scaring people. >> the doctors have said the
of iron chef america there. top chefs unioning there, we're talking about will face off against the white house chef. bam! >>> closing arguments have wrapped up in a bizarre murder trial. why the defendant's weight is a big factor in this case.  >>> right now on "showbiz tonight," sandra versus the porn star. tonight, america's sweetheart, sandra bullock, in a nasty, dramatic fight with a porn star who used to be married to her husband. over a 5-year-old child. >> what would give her the right to take away my daughter? you know, this is my daughter. i'm the best mother i can be. >> tonight, "showbiz tonight" with the explosive battle and the hot debate. sandra versus the porn star. who's right, who's wrong? >>> josh and fergie versus the stripper. tonight, the startling claims that josh duhamel cheated on fergie with a stripper. "showbiz tonight" reveals josh and fergie's dramatic new move today to shut up the stripper. >>> is mega-movie star nicolas cage broke? tonight, the shocking, almost unbelievable story of how cage may have lost his entire multimillion dollar fortune. >>> t
hope everybody in america who has a toyota or a lexus made between 2004 a2010 h checked to see if you're vehicle is one of the ones affected by one of the oddest recalls of all time. 4 million vehicles approximately recalled because the driver floor mat could cause you to be in an accident and possibly even cause a fatal wreck. it's weird, isn't it? and the remedy, so simple. you pull out the floor mat on the driver's side and you let your carpet get dirty in the car. but most recalls aren't so simple as that. the shocker, though, that is most of the time even when there's a recall involving serious safety stuff, people don't respond, don't take their cars or trucks to the dealer. i want you to take care of it especially if it's steering, break, something like that. there's a website you can learn what's go on with your car,, check it out. i'm clark howard, check me out at >> for more ways to save more, spend less, avoid getting ripped off, don't miss the "clark howard show" noon eastern here on hln. >>> it was a dirty job, but a 33-year-old mystery
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tomorrow on "america's newsroom." the shuttle unhooks from the space station yesterday after dropping of spare parts. the crew will check over their flight systems this morning and then settled down to is giving these in space. they say they are making do with what ever they can find in the pantry. beef brisket, chicken fajitas, sweet and sour pork. jamie: check out that view. come on home, we will see you tomorrow morning. firefighters have now gained the upper hand on a wind-driven wildfire in california. that is good news because fire crews are staying alert in case the santa ana winds whipped the flames back to life. take a look at these pictures. the fire breaking on tuesday night near a toll road in anaheim. that forced the california highway patrol to close many roads. right now is 90% contained. full containment is expected. kelly: this is a fox news alert. the swiss justice ministry says it will release roman polanski on they'll come under house arrest. he has paid a $4.5 million bail. his wife is pleased that he is being released. it does not affect the ministry of decision
. >>> i'm jane-velez mitchell. here's my issue. wake up america. we need to do something about the crime wave committed by teens. in florida, a boy set on fire by a group of his young peers who were being charged ased a duts. in new york, the alleged baby face shooter just 16 and accuse of purpomping six shots in a cr, injuring two. in california, a group of young boys accused of raping a girl outside a high school homecoming party. all of these cases involve teenagers. we can just lock them all up and wait for the next group of teens to commit an even more violent crime, but wouldn't it be smart to look at the underlying societal causes that are at the root of this ricrisis and do something about them? i'm jaynne-velez mitchell and that's my issue. >> watch her every night at 7:00 eastern right here on hln. >>> remember the mersk alabama captain being enlisted by the salvation army. richard philips is helping kick off the red kettle campaign as honorary chairman. he says he really hasn't enjoyed being in the spotlight but he has tried to put his noesrtity o good use. >>> this thanksgivi
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president one of america's best. nbc president has been named one of the 10 best college presidents in the nation. today he says he is excited the attention and what it brings to unbc. >>> breaking her silence after months of avoiding the media spotlight sarh palin is speak out what she says about life on the campaign trail. >> and the parents are due in court. what's expected to happen. >>> major policy change the rules in effect at towson university. >>> update on the big coastal storm. i am bob turk and i will have the complete first warning forecast coming up next. >>> it's 50 degrees and breezy in central maryland. complete first warning weather forecast is coming. first in an extraordinary move the u.s. government is trying to seize four mosques as part of a counter terrorism strike. one of them is the islamic education center in rockville. all of the religious buildings are owned by the foundation the nonprofit organization that is suspect of being controlled by the iranian government. the mosques will remain open while the court process continues. >>> guilty pleas are expec
sunday. remember that guy? 9 sports re visits coming up. you (announcer) in america we don't just dream when we sleep. we dream twenty-four seven. we dream with our sleeves rolled up. our dreams are expressed in digits. they're made of steel. add those dreams up, that's free enterprise... growing our economy for the long-run. it's what we need to grow 20 million new jobs in the next 10 years. your dreams make the difference. american free enterprise. it's you. so dream big. >>> it's time for 9 sports with brett haber, the best sports in town. >> being an interim manager is kind of like being a substitute teacher. you get the paycheck and the pashing space but the students -- parking space but the students don't really respect you because they know you're not going to be there at the end of the semester. well, now jim will be there at the end of the semester and the students better respect him. named the third manager in nationals history today. this after the 70-year-old took over from manny acta and steadied the nats sinking ship. and for a local guy, it's the definition of a dream job
, the secret is swanson, 100% natural chicken broth. >> smith: all over america these days, it seems big brother is watching. go into a store or an elevator, and you're almost certain to be on camera. in one small city in southern pennsylvania, they have taken surveillance to a whole new level. but are the streets any safer? daniel sieberg has tonight's "eye on crime." >> reporter: despite its tranquil dutch country image, lancaster has a crime problem. among cities its size, lancastered that ninth-highest rate of violent crime in 2008. so the city took a dramatic step. more than 160 cameras keep constant vigil on just four square miles, more cameras than in major cities like boston or san francisco. >> somebody's monitoring the camera and they see some suspicious activity, we're notified immediately through 911. >> reporter: here's how it works. a handful of paid workers monitor the cameras 24/7. they can zoom and scan with a joy stick. suspicious activity is reported to 911. a live video feed can go right to police dispatch. cameras have captured crimes like this illegal gun sale. d.u.
to put people to work doing the work that america needs done, but we are also in an era of fiscal constraint, which means we have got to start finding more creative new approaches to financing these projects. so those are the discussions we are going to be having. not just today but in the weeks and months to come. this is my administration's overriding focus, having brought the economy back from the brink. the question is how are we going to make sure that people are getting back to work and able to support their families? it is not going to happen overnight, but we will not rest until we are succeeding in generating the jobs that this economy needs. and i could not ask for a better group of people to bounce ideas off of, and we are going to be soliciting ideas from the private sector, from businesses large and small, from academia, and from all political persuasions. if somebody can show me a strategy that is going to work, then we are happy to consider it. for i want to end by saying this -- we anticipate that we are going to continue to see some job losses in the weeks and mon
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